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Step 3: Creating the pseudo-trace

The next step is to cube the LF traces (in the time domain). The effect of this is to broaden the spectrum of the trace by a factor of three, since multiplication in time corresponds to convolution in frequency. This process is applied both to the original and interpolated LF data.

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